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ⓘ Duncan, Arizona




Duncan, Arizona
                                     

ⓘ Duncan, Arizona

Duncan is a town in Greenlee County, Arizona, United States. As of the 2010 census, the population of the town was 696. In 2015 the estimated population was 799.

Duncan is located in the valley of the Gila river, 4 km, 6 km West of the Arizona and new Mexico border. Within the city are on both sides of Hilo, but the main part of the city and the center of the city lie on the southern side of the river. Duncan was founded in the mid 19th century, and the land was added to the United States as part of the Mexican cession. The city of Duncan has been destroyed twice the flood and after the fire.

The city and the district is primarily inhabited by farmers and miners, especially from the Freeport enrichment of copper mines in southeastern Arizona and southeastern new Mexico. Surrounding small towns such as Franklin and York, Arizona and virden was, new Mexico use Duncan public works and public schools. Duncan area along the Gila river is famous for native American artifacts such as arrow, pottery, burials, cave paintings and other remnants of the Anasazi and other prehistoric cultures as well as artifacts from garrison camps of the expedition of Francisco Vasquez de Coronado.

Duncan school competes in many sports, but is renowned for its football team.

Supreme court justice Sandra oconnor was born in El Paso, Texas, but grew up near Duncan on the lazy a ranch "B", located on the border between Arizona and new Mexico. The day family ran the ranch for many years before its sale, he continues to work as a ranch. Later, oconnor wrote a book titled lazy B: growing up on a ranch in the American southwest their memories of growing up on a ranch with her brother H. Alan day.

                                     
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